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Carol Chang
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August 11, 2010 - MidWeek The Islander
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Brennon Morioka

Kailua’s Brennon Morioka has won the national ASCE Civil Government Award recognizing engineers who have “rendered meritorious service in elected or appointed positions in government.” Brennon directs the state Transportation Department, which means he has overseen 15 airports, 10 harbors and 2,500 lane-miles of roads across the state since 2005 ...

Windward artists Antoinette Martin and Noni Floyd team up with Erin Kaiulani Parker in a new art show at Outside-Inside Creations at Gentry Pacific Design Center. Reception is from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday (1-866-840-0392)...

Kailua’s Tony Pisculli directs the next HawaiiShakes 2010 festival offering, Henry VI, Aug. 13-22 at the Arts at Mark’s Garage (1-800-838-3006)...


Burger King’s Have It Your Way Foundation gave $1,000 scholarships to 32 local 2010 high school graduates, including Ryan Eastham of Castle High. Have a whopper of a freshman year, Ryan, with no onions on that ...

Thomas Heiden

Solo real estate broker Judy Barrett of Kailua just made the list of the Top 250 Brokerages on Oahu by BrokerMetrics. Judy loves the “solo” approach to selling homes. Last year, for example, she “painted the entire front of a house, touched up the interior, planted two dozen hibiscus, mulched the beds and staged the interior” - and had five offers at the first open house ... Here’s an offer you can make.

Keolu Elementary would love to have a table and two chairs for little ones. Got ‘em? Call Community Helping Schools at 263-6703 ... Kaneohe’s Thomas Heiden is now manager for Marina Hawaii Vacations with Hawaiian Properties, which has units in Waikiki. Tom previously managed Campbell Estate ag lands in Kunia and Ewa ...


I saw two kolea in Ahuimanu Aug. 1 - way early for a return trip from their fertile frolic in Alaska ... Arthur Rath saw a former JROTC colleague from Kamehameha Schools days at his July 31 book signing in Kailua (Slices of Life in Hawaii). “Ms. Mahikoa was in town briefly and on her way to a luau,” Arthur says of his latest slice of life. “She said ‘I read about it in MidWeek, and that’s why I came’ ”

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